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#1 Posted by AmazingGamer91 (25 posts) - - Show Bio

I just want to see if, after getting his memory and body back, he actually gets a chance to tell the Avengers what happened, or if Carly gives them evidence that Otto was in control.

#2 Edited by AmazingGamer91 (25 posts) - - Show Bio

If you're talking about Spider-Man with the Uni-Power (AKA Captain Universe Spidey) then yes. Copying and pasting this from the Marvel Wiki, his new powers include:

  • Matter Control/Manipulation and Reconfiguration / Energy Emission and Absorption: Spider-Man has complete control of the four fundamental forces of the universe, reaching nearly any effect he desires. As a result, the Spider-Man can rearrange matter to create other configurations and can even transmute elements. Spider-Man can channel beams of energy through his hands with sufficient destructive force to destroy planets. Additional abilities include erecting force fields, phasing through solid matter, accelerating the evolution of lifeforms on a planet-wide scale seeing the past by peeling back the layers of time, time travel, cast illusions, trans dimensional travel, manipulation and discharging of any form of energy or radiation, bestowing limited cosmic powers to others, reading minds and influencing human emotion and sensation. Spider-Man also possesses the ability to suppress the powers of other mutants/beings making them temporarily or permanently out of use to them. He can heal living beings even if they are near-death. He cannot, however, raise the dead.
  • God-like Strength: Cosmic Spider-Man possesses almost limitless superhuman strength, though the exact magnitude remains vague. He can lift (press) far in excess of 100 tons effortlessly and can also use the Uni-Power to increase his strength to incalculable levels.
  • Unlimited Invulnerability: Spider-Man's"skin" after gaining the Uni-Power was designed to easily withstand the rigors of deep-space travel, and thus far, it has proven to be virtually indestructible. In fact, his entire body was made highly resistant to injury and he is thus invulnerable to almost all types of physical harm. Spider-Man can easily withstand the crushing pressures of a black hole. He is not bothered by the friction associated with atmospheric re-entry, and can withstand plunges into stars and even supernovas unharmed. He also routinely weathers the stresses associated with high-speed travel through space and hyperspace.
  • God-like Stamina: Spider-Man's highly enhanced musculature generates no fatigue toxins, nor body stress, or even sweat, granting him inexhaustible physical stamina, which allows him to fight other beings for prolonged periods of time before tiring, that is if he even gets tired.
  • Hyperspace Travel: By exceeding 99% of the speed of light (186,000 miles per second), Spider-Man can shift himself into hyperspace, a dimension in which velocity is not limited by the speed of light[1].
  • Cosmic Senses: Spider-Man has certain cosmic-energy enhanced perceptions which enable him through concentration to become aware of the patterns of energy anywhere in the world. These abilities allow him far-ranging vision (in space he can see people clearly over a light year away), the ability to see sub-atomic particles, superhuman hearing, the ability to detect fields, traces, and concentrations of pure forms of energy and discern their natures.
  • Cosmic Self-Sustenance: Spider-Man does not need to eat or breathe since he absorbs life-maintaining cosmic energy directly through his skin.

All in addition to his standard Spider-Man powers. And yes, he can beat the crap out of a Green Lantern Corp. member (in my opinion, of course). Included are a couple of panels where Spidey punches Hulk into orbit. Sorry I couldn't get any specific issue numbers (I'm too lazy :D )

#3 Posted by AmazingGamer91 (25 posts) - - Show Bio

This would be an interesting fight to say the least. Excellent set-up, by the way.

With all of the prep-work and Batman's detective skills, maybe he could figure out Spider-Man's secret identity, and how it's related to the death of his Uncle Ben and how he was somewhat responsible for it, so there's some added psychological warfare in Bat's favor. I'm not sure if Spidey could work something in there about Bat's parents if he found out his secret identity.

If a change in suits were allowed, Spidey might consider his Mk II armored spider-suit (which can withstand a grenade launcher, I believe, from when he temporarily lost his Spider Sense) with maybe a filter built in for any gas attacks. Either that or get the big-time suit to turn invisible.

As for who would get the jump on the other one (assuming that the battle didn't begin with the two standing 10 ft away from each other), I'd have to think that Batman would spot Spider-Man first, but with his Spider Sense, I think Peter could dodge it.

Another thing that I think is true, is that Spider-Man, since he now has insect DNA, is that he is vulnerable to Ethyl Chloride (an insect pesticide), so maybe Bats could work that in if he found that out.

This would be a really close and interesting battle, but I'd have to give it to Spider-Man, due to a mixture of his powers and his genius intellect.

#4 Edited by AmazingGamer91 (25 posts) - - Show Bio

For years now, comic-book movies have been a dominant force in the film industry, with movies such as the Dark Knight Trilogy, Avengers, and more, and looks to me that it has no sign of slowing down, with Ant-Man, Cap and Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Avengers 2 coming up. I was just thinking; do you think that there will be a time when little to no comic book movies will be made in the future? If so, why/when?

#5 Posted by AmazingGamer91 (25 posts) - - Show Bio

Although maybe Superboy Prime. I mean he's immune to magic, and that's what Mxyzptlk's powers are (5th dimension magic) so he can't hurt him, and it took the combined powers of Kal-El and Kal-L to beat him (only temporarily though).

#6 Posted by AmazingGamer91 (25 posts) - - Show Bio

I'd have to say Lex Luthor. As long as he stays out of his battle suit that is. Unlike Doomsday or Darkseid, Superman can't just fly into Lex's office and punch him into nothing (well without severe implications on his part). He has to out-think him, or use Luthor's weaknesses (like his ego) to beat him.

#7 Posted by AmazingGamer91 (25 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm personally hoping for some silver/golden age skins. Maybe even some Justice society skins like Jay Garrick for the Flash and Alan Scott for Green Lantern? Also besides Lobo, which apparently has been confirmed, which other characters would you like to see/do you think we'll see in the game? My guess is MArtian Manhunter and Doctor Fate, but that's just my opinion.

#8 Edited by AmazingGamer91 (25 posts) - - Show Bio

Monarch, who, if I recall, had somewhat of a stalemate with Superboy-Prime, who had then absorbed the powers of a Guardian of the Universe (even though Monarch kinda essploded). Another would maybe be Captain Marvel. I read somewhere (sorry, I can't find the source) that when he held Shazam's spot on the Rock of Eternity, he was one of the most powerful people in the universe.

#9 Posted by AmazingGamer91 (25 posts) - - Show Bio

Harley is a relatively "new" character when compared to ones such as Supes or Bats. She first appeared in Batman: The Animated Series, which aired in 1992, so any comics that she is in aren't, in my opinion, going to be terribly valuable in terms of mainstream ones (Her first appearance was in The Batman Adventures comic book, based off of the animated series). If you managed to get a signed copy of an issue or some artwork, then that'll increase the value (obviously). She is most known in the animated series and in her earlier comic iteration for the "Mad Love" comics.

#10 Posted by AmazingGamer91 (25 posts) - - Show Bio

I had to read the same stuff, like "Animal Farm" (which I loved) and "Catcher in the Rye". I also REALLY like "To Kill a Mockingbird" and kind of Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer. As soon as I got to my AP Lit class, I started reading some other well known novels, like "The Handmaid's Tale" (which my entire class, including me, loved) and "The Heart of Darkness," as well as Mary Shelly's "Frankenstein," which is still one of my favorite novels to this day! The one's that I did not care for were ones like "Pride and Prejudice" and "Portrait of an Artist As a Young Man." Too...ummm...Victorian, I guess, for my tastes.